While doctors and other providers are trusted professionals, you know your body best — trust your instincts! If something seems wrong or feels off, it is in your best interest to speak up for a safe and comfortable pregnancy.Explore Chapter
All people deserve a safe and positive birth experience, but all too often that is not the case for people who have language barriers. Meet doulas and midwives who reflect on how to ensure that every person has respectful, culturally aligned care that meets their needs and keeps them safe.
When deciding what’s best for you and your baby, following these six steps will help you ask the right questions and make choices with all the information you need.Explore Resource
Making decisions about your prenatal care is easier if you have sorted out what matters most to you. Use this worksheet to think about your priorities so you can weigh your options.
Coming up with a birth plan and making decisions will be easier if you have sorted out what matters most to you. Use this worksheet to think about your priorities so you can weigh your options.
Use this worksheet to organize your birth plan and share with your support team what matters most to you during labor and birth.
One of the first choices you need to make in your pregnancy is where to go for your prenatal care. And it’s an important choice!
B.R.A.I.N. is a useful technique that can help you weigh the pros and cons of any decision during pregnancy, birth, and beyond.